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FAQ


For general help with emulation check the Help page.

Site related questions

Q: I'm having trouble downloading files

A: I use an automated script on my site which inserts the download links into the pages. It is therefore very unlikely there are any dead download links. However my site uses a download script which may confuse your browser or download utility. Try using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5 or higher on a Windows PC, as this combination should work fine. Also try disabling any download managers you may be using, such as GetRight (which should be compatible though), Go!Zilla, Download Accelerator or Net Vampire.

Q: I can't open the files I've downloaded / What are ZIP files?

A: Most files on this site are ZIP files. A popular program for opening ZIP files is WinZip. See the Utils page for more information. During the installation WinZip will also fix the ZIP file associations, so if you've selected an incorrect program for opening ZIP files in the past, the installation will fix this.

Q: Do you have an emulator for system X?

A: This site only has a limited selection of emulators for Windows and DOS. If you need an emulator for another console or operating system one of the best sites to visit is Zophar's Domain. For Macintosh users I recommend emulation.net.

Emulator related questions

Q: I've got a problem running UltraHLE

A: Check the UltraHLE FAQ page for more information.

Q: When I run the emulator it says it is missing DDRAW.DLL or DINPUT.DLL

A: You either don't have Microsoft DirectX installed, or you have an outdated version. For more information, see the Utils page or click here to go to the Microsoft DirectX download site directly.

Q: Is it safe to run emulators on my computer?

A: In general most emulators don't go through an extensive beta period before being released to the public. As such there may be emulators which may cause problems and which may damage files. Fortunately of course this doesn't happen often. Generally emulators are safe to use, but use them at your own risk.

Q: ePSXe keeps asking me to configure the video plugin

A: You can download plugins (including video plugins) from the Playstation Plugins page. For more information on which plugins to use, see the ePSXe Help pages on the ePSXe site.

Q: Other questions

A: If your question isn't answered here, try posting your question in the appropiate section of the forum.
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